New MS Joel James has visited Sheppard’s Pharmacy in Abercynon to meet with Gareth Hughes, the superintendent of the practice, to hear about all the benefits of community pharmacist consultations for residents with minor illnesses.
Year 6 pupils from Cwmdar Primary School have launched a road safety campaign, aimed at positively changing the behaviour of parents and those who drop off and pick up children from school – in a bid to improve pupil wellbeing.
The Council has reached an important landmark in its remediation of the Tylorstown landslip, by completing two major phases of work which have enabled local walking and cycling routes to reopen to the public.
The Council has provided an update on the progress made towards delivering significant 21st Century Schools investment for the Greater Pontypridd area, following recent consideration by Cabinet Members.
Two Rhondda Cynon Taf residents have been successfully prosecuted by the Council’s Trading Standards Department for operating a fraudulent business and selling or having in their possession counterfeit goods.
The Council is giving advanced notice of disruptive works to Ynysmeurig Bridge in Abercynon which will take place later this summer – requiring a road closure of the main road and a significant diversion for motorists and bus users.
Letter to the Editor, sent on behalf of Diabetic Eye Screening Wales’ (DESW) Head of Programme Jude Kay and Royal National Institute of the Blind (RNIB) Cymru’s Director Ansley Workman and Diabetes UK Cymru’s Director Dai Williams:
A summary of responses to the Council’s recent Active Travel consultation will be shared with Cabinet – with several changes to future walking and cycling provision now being considered following the feedback from 695 participants.
Welsh Conservative Shadow Minister for Transport, Natasha Asghar MS, has demanded immediate answers after shocking images emerged of commuters being cramped, and unable to social distance, on trains across the Welsh rail network over the weekend.
After an appeal we posted yesterday about residential burglaries in Llwynypia, a 52 year-old man has been charged with three residential burglaries and one other theft offence, and a 37 year-old woman was charged with one residential burglary and two other theft offences.
As part of our new and exciting Climate Conversation - ‘Let’s Talk Climate Change RCT’ the Council would like your help in shaping the future development of Electric Vehicle Charging across the County Borough.
St John Baptist High School aims to provide for all pupils a full and balanced range of educational opportunities, which recognises their value as individuals and which will help to provide a preparation for adult life.
Dr Susan Mitchell - Headteacher